Here, I made this.
A fusion of effort, originality, inspiration, and patience is proudly presented below. You can try one of the selected flavours, or try them all. Have a listen, and don’t be afraid to let me know what you think of it.
Put on your headphones, turn the volume to a comfortable level, and let the beat roll into your head. Head bobbing and foot tapping allowed.
An intercontinental flight: nothing to do but sit back, relax, and enjoy what is being offered. Close your eyes for a while if you want and drift off.
This one starts slow and kind like John Kaada’s opening music from the movie “O’Horten” and picks up some Paul Kalkbrenner along the way, after which it evolves into something that may have both John and Paul (ah, look at that) shake their heads in disbelieve. You tell me.
If you liked this “Traveling west”, you may also enjoy “Returning east, going home“, portraying the return journey.
Time to wind down. Put on your headphones, close your eyes, and imagine you take a walk up Mount Atago on a foggy day, watching the tall trees disappear into the clouds.
If you liked this one, give “Jump off the stage” a try as well. Inspired by the legend that those who jumped off the stage at Kiyomizu had their wish granted. A 13 metre drop, may I add.
Where to find it?
All the music can be found on Bandcamp, either on “Going to Japan” or “Orientation“.